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Has anyone heard anything about this program within GE Capital? It is a 2 year rotational program and I have an interview on Monday. I was looking to get some insight as to how the interview may go and what the position will be like. I tried searching but nothing for this specific program returned.


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  • Anonymous1's picture

    I have interview with them too. Couldn't find much either.

  • FreeWeezy's picture

    I interned with GE Capital last summer in the Financial Management Program. such a huge company though to be honest Im not sure if Financial Risk Management Program is something different

    Overall great company, solid experience. but definitely best if you're interested in being a GE lifer. not to mention that they were bleeding some fmp's when I was there. Kids leaving the company for better gigs

  • FreeWeezy's picture

    Also for me, the first round interview was on campus totally fit. Second round is 45 min over the phone and is rigid as in the interviewer has set questions they have to ask but again completely fit. this was for summer intern though, FT might be different.

  • econmajor11's picture

    RMP is a new program this year.

  • thisguy22's picture

    would you mind elaborating on why I should stay away? "When you join GE's RMP, you'll work under the guidance of senior risk managers with expertise in consumer and commercial underwriting, portfolio management and analytics." These seem like some transferable skills, so I don't see it being a waste of time or bad place to at least start a career.

  • monty09's picture

    GE tends or overhire ... thats fine if the business needs it but often times it does not.. so your looking at maybe being laid off in under two years... sure that is the case for some other types of jobs but not many. Its a big machine and thats great but its also a big machine and that sucks. we picked up a few of those guys here.. where did they come from? top mba programs... if all you got then rock out.. but if you have options i would hedge out the GE job

  • thisguy22's picture

    Thats good advice thanks a lot. I have a lot of people I'm speaking with but nothing has come to fruition yet other than this interview. I'll still treat it with importance but like you said if I get the opportunity to leverage it for something better I would definitely consider that

  • happypantsmcgee's picture

    If this is the only interview you have man you need to go in their like its your life. Nothing worse than ending up struggling to find something (at least in my opinion). Like monty said, even if you get stuck at GE, you can always use that to push your way into a top MBA and go from there but don't discount this (especially if you don't have any other options) just because it isnt TMT at GS.

    If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

  • Anonymous1's picture

    I just had my interview. Killed it. Definitely will be in the second round.

    Does anyone know where RMP/FMP take place? Will it be in the City? Or, Connecticut?

  • Anonymous1's picture

    From my understanding RMP is very much like FMP, but with more focus on analytics and PM type stuff. And isn't FMP like super prestigious?

    I'm just wondering if there are any other downs than high turnover.

  • alphaSledge's picture

    Since this is a risk role, more than likely it is either in Norwalk or Fairfield, Ct. Most of the FMPs have high GPAs.

  • sasha77's picture

    Does anyone have any idea how many people will be brought in for final rounds?

  • lets get this over with's picture

    not sure, but for the rmp program they said they are taking a hiring class of 25

  • Anonymous1's picture

    Anyone hear back?

  • zobomoho's picture

    I was offered by them on Friday. Interviewed with them Monday. Anyone else offered want to give opinions on what they think of the program?

  • Old Major's picture

    Got an offer last Monday after interview. It seems to be a solid program, especially on the Capital Americas side (BLG, structured products, workout, equity, etc.) Benefits are training, GE name, full benefits package, and the pension plan is tough to turn down. Seems very bureaucratic from org perspective, which is a drawback, but a meritocracy nonetheless. Tough decision.

  • andrewjackson's picture

    Hey I have an offer with GE RMP... has anyone accepted?? I have a question about the position

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